If you haven't prayed the song before here is a walk through:
This is holy agape intimacy with God, not romance.
The wise virgins seek the Holy Spirit, the Bridegroom is returning!!
Intro: There is no book of the bible which does not testify of Jesus. Jesus is called bridegroom in the bible just as many times as He is called savior. He is revealed as Bridegroom especially in the Song of Solomon. The natural interpretation is valid, but all Scripture testifies of Jesus, there is also a meaning speaking of Christ and the Church. Eph 5:23-36 says Jesus nourishes and cherishes His bride by the washing of the Water of the Word.
The last few decades, if you were in a charismatic church, you probably heard a lot about the Father heart of God, in this generation, the Holy Spirit is highlighting also, the Bridegroom face of Jesus. Often when Jesus talked about His return, He called himself a Bridegroom and His church a bride.
In the Song the bride asks for the Kisses of the Word, which is the revelation and experience of the affections of the love of God on her heart. It is not gender specific, but it is a possition of privillage. Men are the bride of Christ just as women are sons of God. Men retain their full masculinity as it is not romantic, but it is like David who lived to gaze on the beauty of God (psa 27:4) of John the Apostle who rested on Jesus and called himself 'the one who Jesus loved.'
This is not romantic, but it is the revelation and experience of the affections of Jesus, the Bridegroom for the Bride. The Bride will experience them in heaven, the bride can experience them now. This is not sensual but holy, and relates to the experience of the love of God in the inner man by the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit lives in our innermost man, but we only experience Him in the innerman, in prayer and worship.
The Bible is a menu, we can read it and starve spiritually. It must become prayer for us to experience it. We must 'order the food and eat.' as for revelation on it or power to obey it, or ask for the experience of it.
He wants to awaken love in our heart for Him, by revealing His love for us. It helps to be rooted and grounded in the love of the Father.